PoE is well positioned to support the rapidly growing IP convergence and integration trends in the security market. PoE technology is already established in security camera applications, as long as power consumption is within the 15.4W power budget of the IEEE802.3af standard. With the emergence of the IEEE802.3at PoE+ standard that features 30W capability, a broader range of physical security devices and controllers that require higher power and/or high-bandwidth networks can also be supported.
Samsung develops micro-dome IP vandal-resistant camera
IP vandal-resistant dome cameras are the most widely used camera category because of their ease of installation and the fact that their appearance blends in nicely with most architectural environments. The compact, PoE-enabled SNV-6013 Series camera from Samsung’s Techwin's WiseNetIII network range is rated to IP66/IK10, making it well suited for more demanding environments that are prone to severe or varying weather conditions, as well as tampering or physical attack.
PLANET designs compact, cost-effective PoE network camera for security monitoring
The compact PLANET ICA-4130S provides clear identification of objects and people, satisfying surveillance needs for small businesses, boutiques, offices, communities, restaurants, hotels, residences, health care facilities, etc.
Point Grey’s Cricket® IP Security Cameras feature 720p and 1080p Sony Exmor CMOS Sensor
Cricket® IP Security Cameras packs high-image quality and rich IP surveillance into a low cost Power over Ethernet (PoE) enabled network camera.
Perle Systems enables rebooting of remote PoE device with an Ethernet extender
Powered Device (PD) reset feature allows a central site administrator to momentarily turn off the Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) output power supplied to the remote PoE Device for 2 seconds initiating a reboot.
LevelOne provides long-range hybrid fiber-optic PoE solutions
The PFE-1001T/1101T Series transmitter can send power and data up to two kilometers via a hybrid fiber cable, with a PFE receiver converting power to Power over Ethernet (PoE) at the other end. The solution aims to save companies money, as it negates the need for elements usually found in long-range PoE installations, such as industrial-grade PoE switches, weatherproof outdoor enclosures and remote power outlets. Since PoE devices are often scalable, the solutions enable further savings in energy consumption, as well as helping to reduce carbon emissions.
IDS develops new industrial cameras with Power-over-Ethernet and GigE interface
The UI-5360CP and UI-5270CP PoE cameras are a cost-effective alternative to expensive line scan cameras, such as those used in bottle or endless web inspection systems.
ComNet designs high-throughput wireless Ethernet link for point-to-point or multi-point applications
Simplifying installation, the NetWave® NW-7 wireless Ethernet transmission device supports IEEE802.3at power sourcing equipment (PSE) for powering Power over Ethernet (PoE) connected devices such as IP PoE cameras.
Galaxy Control Systems integrates its System Galaxy access control and management software with ASSA ABLOY locks
The combination of ASSA ABLOY intelligent locks with System Galaxy access control and management software allows users to leverage their existing network infrastructure and extend electronic access control into every area of their facilities.